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stretched to their limits. dr. paul biddinger of massachusetts general says people who don't need emergency care are flooding hospitals. >> if you're having shortness of breath, if you have some underlying illness that's being made much more severe, come into the hospital. many people can be managed at home, again taking fluids, drinking as much as they can of clear liquids, ibuprofen, and tylenol rsh patients who got here are glad they got here before the vaccine ran out and the flu set in. >>> president obama meets afghan president hamid karzai this morning at the white house. the role with the u.s. and afghanistan will likely be the agenda. last night he met with secretary of state hillary clinton. earlier he met with leon panetta. he says it's advanced to the last chapter of the war and he and karzai had made very good progress on key issues. >>> reaction to jack lew's nomination is predictably falling along party lines. most agree lew will be confirmed by the senate. president obama officially nominated him yesterday. he's currently chief of staff. he said he trust lew's friendship and
, right now what we did, we contacted dr. paul, a senator in up in the senate and we are co-sponsoring legislation to and perform stopping the bills which are executive orders that act like bills and in order to make sure he doesn't overstep his authority. we are introducing legislation as we speak. we'll draft and introduce it in the coming weeks. >> the word impeachment came up. is that a threat? >> we have a lot of option and tools and as a congressman you can impeach somebody. it is not the first step but a step to leave open. >> we'll go to the congressman out in arizona, congressman, great to see you again and i add, you were in congress along with congressman stockman back in the '90s and served out terps you said you would serve and took a hiatus and now you are back. why did you come back to congress . most people say that is enough of that stuff. why? >> i sat on the sidelines for 12 yearrs, and i realized that if i wasn't willing to put up or shut up, then i couldn't look myself in the mirror for the rest of my life. there are so many important things at stake. th
are a danger to themselves or others. their gun cans then be confiscated by police. dr. paul appelbaum is professor of psychiatry at columbia university medical center. >> i think there's a very realistic probability that patients will simply avoid seeking treatment, or if they come to treatment, will sit there without disclosing what's truly on their mind for fear that, if they do, the state will know about it and consequences will follow. >> reporter: under the new law people who already own assault weapons that are now banned will be allowed to keep them but will have to register the guns with police. that's one reason senate republican greg ball voted no. >> what we did do is create an entire new category of illegal firearms out of firearms that are legal currently, and thereby turning law-abiding gun owners into criminals in this state. >> reporter: there was a lot of legislative maneuvering to put this bill on a fast track but, scott, the fundamental reason this bill became law so quickly is that the legislators heard from their constituents who said that, after the murders of 20
you think was?u >> my asthma. >> reporter: dr. paul bittenger runs massachusetts general's emergency department. he says they're nearing full capacity with the number of patients who have flu-like symptoms. >> 15 years you've been hereer how would you rate this season? >> this is certainly among the worst flu seasons, and it's really pushing it to our breaking point.ys p >> reporter: he says part of the problem is people who don't need emergency treatment are flooding hospitals, making it harder to treat patients like elsie santiago. she's the person that you do want coming into the e.r. t >> exactly right. if you have shortness of breath, some underlying illness that is being made more severe, come into the hospital. many other people can safely be managed at home, again taking fluids and drinking as much as they can of clear liquids,qu ibuprofen and tylenol. >> reporter: massachusetts has confirmed some 6,000 cases of the flu and immunized more than 750,000 people for free. now, boston isn't reporting a vaccine shortage, but the nearby town of somerville ran out of its supply earli
everyone safer. some doctors including dr. paul al pell balm with the columbia university of physicians disagree. he said quote the people who arguably most need to be in treatment and most need to feel free to talk about these disturbing impulses may be the ones we make least likely to do so. they will simply not come or not report the thoughts they have. now, these are all arguments that have been made in new york state. they are all arguments we are likely to see repeated again on the national stage to president obama announcements at the white house, shep. >> shepard: thank you. american citizen says is he being tortured in iranian prison because of his christian faith. now is he set to go before a tough judge. one who is known for putting to death. his story and the effort to say him coming up. house floor house of representatives where we are waiting the final vote on some crucial aid for victims of super storm sandy. it's an issue that sparked a lot of anger, especially among all those people still waiting for help. at issue. do we have decreases in spending to pay for this? or d
psychiatric association which had a place at the table with dr. paul appelbaum at vice president biden's commission will continue to be very involved in this. they issued a statement today applauding president obama's proposals. i think it's a first step. there is a long way to go. and i think that if we can conceptualize it as trying to find an integrated, comprehensive system of mental health care services delivery we will be moving in the right direction. >> brown: let me ask you norm, finely and briefly, how important is the president's real involvement in this? and especially vis-a-vis other things on his plate to spend capital on. >> we have a heavy agenda. i think he's going to go to the public and that will be very important but there's an important thing to keep in mind. for all these political changes, jeff, the house has not changed very much. and i think we're going to see a senate quite receptive to many of these things, maybe not the assault weapons ban. the house is a much heavier lift and house republicans are the real obstacle to getting many of these things through. h
and after words we took dr. paul to an ihop. there's a picture of that somewhere. we thought it was the height of radical scruffy political activism. it's great. a few weeks ago, the last time i have seen dr. paul was also at large state university, at ucla, in los angeles, where i now live. 7,000 people showed up to see ron paul running for president again, this time with one of the major parties, and they were not curious, curiosity seekers. not even there to learn. they knew what this guy had to sigh right and left. they were -- the words initials ndaa came out of his mouth they were booing. the word ben bernanke they were booing, and afterwards merely retreating to an i-hop or getting an earl in the school newspaper, i was watching groups gathering to talk about their rubs for the l.a. county g.o.p. position or what they were going to write on their web site that had 5,000 people reading it every day. the arc of the story from that first major college campus appearance to this latest one was actually truly dreamlike in a weird way if you have been watching the story as lo
are dr. dr. oz, chris paul, blake griffin and musical guest bruno mars. >> tribute 6 years of the i-phone. >> now our i phones are with us at every major event of our lives. graduations, weddings, birth of our children, even at funerals now. any way happy sixth birthday. don't look a sixth birthday. don't look a day over [ fingers tapping ] [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- dr. oz. l.a. clippers' blake griffin and chris paul. and music from bruno mars. with cleto and the cletones. ♪ and now, seriously, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for joining us here in hollywood.
to on the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza looking fine. >> dr. paul harmon mention if you look in your review mara you can see the twinkling lights. >> no delays no metering lights to contend with. >> the san mateo bridge the drive 12 minutes from end to end. >> south bound 101 problem free at the gold endgolden gate bridge. >> some fog for those of you coming of the santa rosa area. >> let us turn our attention to the 49ers as we're covering all thing niners. there will be in a press conference with the team's 6:00 our time. we will be live. bits and pieces of it as it happens. kron fours will tran is in new orleans. >> he outside of the team hotel. we will talk to him at our 430 have hour. >> we are expecting to hear f from a corner back chris culliver . >> he told a radio host that he would not welcome a teammate in the locker room. >> he made his derogatory remarks with are delaying a radio an artie lange . >> when he has called for whether they got on the team this out he responded. >> i take it that we are in san francisco. how can i be anti-gay employed for a san francisco team. >> we
at massachusetts general, they are dealing with many of boston's new cases. dr. paul biddinger says this has become the most significant surge in boston flu in five years. >> we've been seeing record-setting volume. we've seen 600 more patients in the month of january as compared to december. >> reporter: in lehigh valley, they're treating hundreds of people with symptoms a day. tents have been set up for triage for less serious cases. >> we need a full functioning active emergency department for the community and this just enables us to see the patients that are not as sick, so mild illness, mild injuries, see them quickly, and then discharge them. >> reporter: back in massachusetts, dora oquendo says the flu hit her on sunday like a rock. >> so weak, tired, exhausted. it's just -- i'm tired from doing all the coughing. >> reporter: scribe activities discovered this year's vaccine is not protecting against the strain of the virus called influenza b, but dr. biddinger says vaccination is still your best defense against battling the flu. >> it's still not too late to get the flu shot. i would strong
obsessed slackers. >> didn't appreciate that >> >> the it starts in a few minute and the guests are dr. dr. oz, chris paul, blake griffin and musical guest bruno mars. >> tribute 6 years of the i-phone. >> now our i phones are with us at every major event of our lives. graduations, weddings, birth of our children, even at funerals now. any way happy sixth birthday. don't look a sixth birthday. don't look a day over [ fingers tapping ] [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good!
an agenda setting file. joining maggie we have dr. paul. dr. -- george maison university and the honorable gail senior fellow at project hope. maggie? [inaudible] [inaudible conversations] good morning, thanks everybody for being here. i would like to thank the panel for being here. as the program points out these are three of the deepest thinkers on health policy issues in the country. i'm representing the shaling low end of the scale here. the to balance it out so you can see the stage is tipping. [laughter] pretty hard. >> it's a metaphoric. [laughter] >> i think doctor said a good tone in the opening comment and i think that's probably a good way to get to our discussion is to ask about these points he raised especially will the f -- and perhaps transition to ways we can get physicians, patients, and insurers more on board with improving medicare. and how medicare can lead the way. i know, you have very specific thought on this subject, but dr. ginsburg, i love my job. i can call people doctor. i know, it will be safe. doctor ginsburg what's is the best way to get physicians better inv
"unorthodox jukebox" and is out now. i want to thank dr. oz, blake griffin and chris paul. apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time. tomorrow night sofia vergara, and george lois. stay tunes for nightline! goodnight! >>> tonight on "nightline," femme fatale? a petite 32-year-old charged with stabbing, shooting and slashing her one-time boyfriend. her shocking web of lies, and the other man in her life. >>> hard knocks. the nfl superstar and family man whose suicide shocked the nation, and now an alarming discovery. is the game to blame? tonight junior seau's family speaks out for the first time. >>> they're here. the official oscar nominees. the young, the old, the shoo-ins, the surprises. who ended up in the snubbed >>> this is "nightline" with terry moran. >> hello, everyone. i'm terry moran. glad you're with us tonight. we're going to bring you the latest in the twisted tale of love turned deadly, centered around a young woman accused of stabbing, shooting and slashing her one-time boyfriend. as the gruesome details of this crime have been exposed in court, the bizarre turns just keep
greatest triumph was getting a 16 word article in the newspaper the next day and afterwards we took dr. paul to an ihop. we thought it was the height of radical scruffy political act was from. a few weeks ago, the last time so far was also at ucla in los angeles, where i now live. 7000 people showed up to see ron paul running for president again with one of the major parties. they were not curiosity seekers. they were not there to learn. they knew they had to say right and left. daily were booing. the word ben bernanke, they were doing. afterward, rather than retreating to an ihop, i was watching groups gather to talk about their congressional runs for the l.a. county gop central committee were so well attended event at the college campus about to throw for what they were going to write every day. the ark of the story from the first appearance to this latest one was truly dreamlike and a really weird way if you've been watching this story as long as i have. it made me think a little bit about the best way to frame how ron paul did this. one of the things you hear that about his rocksol
we took dr. paul to an ihop. we thought it was the height of radical scruffy political act was from. a few weeks ago, the last time so far was also at ucla in los angeles, where i now live. 7000 people showed up to see ron paul running for president again with one of the major parties. they were not curiosity seekers. they were not there to learn. they knew they had to say right and left. daily were booing. the word ben bernanke, they were doing. afterward, rather than retreating to an ihop, i was watching groups gather to talk about their congressional runs for the l.a. county gop central committee were so well attended event at the college campus about to throw for what they were going to write every day. the ark of the story from the first appearance to this latest one was truly dreamlike and a really weird way if you've been watching this story as long as i have. it made me think a little bit about the best way to frame how ron paul did this. one of the things you hear that about his rocksolid consistency, which is very true, but i realize in a certain extent the ron paul phenom
is involved in. dr. paul was the only candidate who agreed with the wise jeffersonian foreign-policy. the republican leadership used massive deceit and fraud in the state conventions to hijack the candidacy. if they had not, we would probably find out the stark difference between interventionism that absolutely insists on being a denture everybody's business and the jeffersonian foreign-policy -- insists on being a in everybody's business. host: on twitter -- we will do this for a couple of more minutes. we want to remind you, in case you missed it, the house passed a bill yesterday suspending the debt ceiling. here is a baltimore sun piece. also on page 6 of "the baltimore sun" is a picture of john boehner and says -- they show the speaker in a photo saying it would cut the deficit twice as fast as other plants. the speaker is also out there making a speech to the society. the headline basically says this -- his focus is basically to annihilate the republican party. here's a look at you to but. [video clip] >> from what we heard yesterday, it is pretty clear to me -- it shoul
, paul kruger. >> how about just and dr. pepper -- justin dr. pepper tucker? and bernard pierce. >> ravens top draft pick, kourtney upshaw. >> the guy who inflicted the passed last week? -- pass last week? >> ladies and gentlemen, your super bowl bound baltimore ravens. [applause] at this time, i would like to ask the mayor of our great city, mayor stephanie rollins blake and the governor of our great state, gov. martin o'malley to come to the podium. >> hello, baltimore. it is so wonderful to be here with our governor and other elected officials who are here. could we get a big hand for our council president, jack young? councilmember bill cole. council member nick moseley. thank you very much. this year our team is on a magical ride, are we? -- aren't we? i am so proud to be here, and i want to thank each and everyone of you for coming out. crazy. all right, we have to keep going. all right, all right. right before i bring on the coach, i want to say one thing, they said we could not beat the team from indianapolis, we proved them wrong. they said we could not beat the broncos
compromise. dr. paul brings us more than two decades of experience in medicine to all of his works to advance the culture of life. please welcome to the stage, senator rand paul of kentucky. [applause] >> thank you. thank you. i have a question. i have a question for those who don't respect and won't protect life. can a nation long and/or that does not respect the sanctity of life? can a nation conceived in liberty carried its head high and 50 nice protection to youngest and most vulnerable of the dozens -- vulnerable of its citizens? can we continue to thrive without understanding that life is a precious if from our creator? i believe that great nations and great civilizations spring from a people who have a moral compass. our nation is addressed. adrift in the wilderness -- adrift. adrift in the wilderness where right and wrong are subservient to the hedonism of the moment. our country is in need of a revival. [applause] i believe our country is in need of a virtual cleansing. -- spiritual cleansing. i have looked into the eyes of one pound babies. i have cradled their bodies in the palm of
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eus -- this is 50 minutes. >> nancy ann depaul. how are you, welcome. >> and dr. shirley ann jackson. >> and andrea mitchell. who is probably been working since 5:00 this morning, too. >> i bet you every single person here has been up since 5:00. >> block i saw the dress andrea had on, and i thought -- >> that was clever. you're not a rhodes scholar for thing. >> 4:30 wakeup for the morning joe. >> oh, my gun. what time do you get up? >> 4:30 to 5:00. >> i'm the late raiser, 5:00 to 5:30. >> how late do you work straight through? typically. i guess every day is different. >> when you're doing the "today" program you have to be the last one out at night to make sure you have the overnight. especially secretary clinton was traveling because there were late and early developments as well. so i'm there until 10:00 or 11:00, and i can go out and get michigan to eat and come back. >> for the two people in america who don't know andrea mitchell, i want to introduce her. incomes' chief foreign affairs correspondence. one of the most respected and hardest working journalist in america and we'
. it alleges dr. lynne fenton knew he was dangerous and fails to protect the public. out front, forensic psychologist, robin landau and paul cowen. let's get to the details. the suit claims that about a month or a few weeks before the shooting holmes had told dr. fenton that he fantasized about killing mass numbers of people. she told campus people but opted not to put 72-hour hold on him. it is unclear what it might have resulted in. that's what this case rests on. how strong is it? >> as tragic as the case is, with so many people killed, 12 dead, 58 wounded, tremendous sympathy here. a psychiatrist has to be aware of a specific threat against a specific person. then, there is somebody to warn. in this case, it sounds to me everything i've heard we have generalized threats of violence. that does not create liability. it is going to be a troublesome case for the victims. >> as someone in that business, did she do the right thing? it is so hard to tell. are there a lot of people threatening these kind of things or is it a rare thing? >> the word threatening is an important word. when he w
. that concludes my presentation. >> thank you. the dr requester. you have five minutes. >> i have to turn on the computer. it was off. [inaudible] thank you commissioners. my name is jeremy paul. i am here on behalf of the owners at the adjaisessent property at 1269 and 1271 bay street. i want to get what what the critical concerns are and that is the midblock open space. we can go to the overhead. show you some pictures. you see the blue arrow indicates the subject property. the property to its west projects significantly into the midblock open space as does the adjacent property, or the property on the adjacent street. you see the intrusion into the mid-block open space. this is a pretty significant protrusion into it. the residents of 1269-1271 understand this view that see from their deck is going to change significantly from this project and a project will be built and they are accepting of that, but the question is how far into the open space does this project need to go to achieve its programmatic goals? . you see the adjacent structure to the rear of the property line,
. >> they're doing pretty well. it's almost three months. ryan grim, angela rye, and dr. james peterson, thank you so much. >>> coming up, paul ryan, versus the president. the battle lines are drawn. stay with us. versus the president. the battle lines are drawn. stay with us. re going on vacati, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. campbell's has 24 new soups that will make it drop over, and over again. ♪ from jammin' jerk chicken, to creamy gouda bisque. see what's new from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. all stations come over to mission a no go call. go.bell's. this is for real this time. we are on step seven point two one two. we have entered our two minute hold. cabin ve
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of supervisors. to the friends of the san francisco public library, who killed pope john paul ii, the king of pop, michael jackson, president barack h. obama, mayor willie h. brown, dr. robert c. scott at ucs sf, academic dean keith c. wingate, assistant academic dean seana marshall, legal counsel -- leop adviser jan jamison and mammoth -- a circumcised foreign student from instandbull turkey at golden gate university. between november 2008 and december 2012, was it these hands? was it alcohol? was it drinking alcohol? was it brewing alcohol? or was it tobacco? i would like to use the rest of my time to pay tribute to the fallen. >> supervisor elsbernd: thank you very much. next speaker please. >> hey, ron austin, executive haven't -- workers union, it's been a long day. we're here to say a few words for the record to the board we received correspondence from sf mta for a service reduction on the day before christmas and the week after, and subsequently that week in between new year's and christmas. and we didn't know if the board or the city knew. and this is something that was attempted a coupl
, paul. so you're going to play in the super bowl. well, you had better eat right. dr. kim will show us how nfl players get properly fueled for football. ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. part of that winning strategy - - food. dr. kim mulvihll reports on the best way to fuel your local football player. >>> to win the super bowl you have to out last the other time. part of the winning strategy is food. dr. kim mulvihill reports on the best way to fuel your local football player. >>> reporter: the 9ers are back to work but it's what you don't see on the field that may give them the edge. >> i mean it's important to this game, you know, if you don't do the right thing -- >> reporter: the right thing to full a big win is to fuel players with top nutrition. >> mostly i try to keep healthy for me because i can tell the difference as far as endurance when i'm running and stuff like tha
's thank both congressman david price and dr. james peterson. we thank both of you for your time this evening. >>> coming um, paul ryan says the deficit is our number one problem. so why is he backing one of the most extreme anti-choice bills we've ever seen in congress. what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! >>> we're less than two months away, the preps are under way and the ceremony is coming together. we told you how mary evans williams will deliver the prayer and learned that richard blanco will be the first poet a
,000 and counting. >> like paul says, nobody cares she goes to auburn. >>> to beat the blues you may want to rethink what you drink. dr. kim mulvihill with an intriguing new report on sweetened beverages. >>> reporter: how sweet it is. half of all americans enjoy a sweetened drink every day. >> i love it. refreshing, crisp, ginger-y. >> i drink about a can a day. >> reporter: now a new preliminary report links sweetened beverages not to obesity or diabetes but to depression. >> you're making me depressed saying that. >> reporter: researchers surveyed the beverage habits of more than a quarter million american adults and in a follow- up asked whether anyone was diagnosed with depression. they found those who drank more than 4 cups or cans of regular or diet soda a day were 30% more likely to develop depression. 4 cups of fruit drinks a day, 38% more likely. but those who drank 4 cups of unsweetened coffee a day, 10% less likely to develop depression. >> the study doesn't surprise me. >> reporter: a registered dietician says the report is a good reason t
paul said about snow. it's snowing like crazy here in amarillo. i didn't expect it. it was 7 degrees yesterday. what dr. kim said about nutritious eating on super bowl in i'm at amarillo at the big texan restaurant where they have a 72-ounce steak challenge. if you can eat this you get it for free. otherwise it's $72. this is 72 ounces of top sirloin, a lot of bull as a matter of fact. so that's where i am today and it's to start in about an hour. let me tell you where i have been. my wife and i janice were recently at the london bridge which is in arizona, lake havasu city, arizona. and i told her we were going to london, she didn't boy it. it was a second honeymoon. that didn't work. so they brought this bridge over piece by piece from london at 1972 and i'm going to show you all about it at 6:00. and then, this is what i was -- [ signal breakup ] >> i don't know if you have the picture of me sleeping there, that's why she drives now and then because i take a nap. but at 6:00 i'll tell you all about the london bridge and i should be in t
's room for signing ceremony. mr. obama and dr. biden will go to the side. sergeant-at-arms and paul irving will announce and signing will begin. mike emanuel in the row taund today. to you. >> reporter: we see lawmakers coming into the capitol rotunda. the president is obviously in great spirits. this obviously is a happy day for him and his family and for the american people. this is uniquely american day. the president seemed to be in great spirits. said hello to supporters as coming through. very deliberate in his steps. definitely looked around and observed beautiful artwork here in the rotunda and made his way to very ornate room in the united states capitol, the president's room. just off the senate chambers. so. not his first time going through the process. definitely seemed to take a some moments to enjoy the view, recognizing the magnitude of this moment, shep. shepard: mike, thanks. we have a presidential historian and dean of the school of communication at hofstra university, on long island, new york. evan joins us. it thoughts briefly what we just witnessed? >> i think f
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